determining

[ US /dɪˈtɝmənɪŋ/ ]
[ UK /dɪtˈɜːmɪnɪŋ/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. having the power or quality of deciding
    the determinative (or determinant) battle
    the crucial experiment
    cast the deciding vote
Linguix Browser extension
Fix your writing
on millions of websites
Start Error-Free Writing Linguix pencil

How To Use determining In A Sentence

  • It is now widely recognised that there are uncertainties in determining both R and D. Uncertainties in D (loads/demand) are due to the fact that they may vary depending on location and time (eg. there are no snow loads in summer, change of use). 2009 January - Telic Thoughts
  • This is important for determining the extent to which the congregation may participate in the prayer.
  • She can tell you why the zebrafish's genome is particularly useful for determining how human bodies work at the primary level. Times, Sunday Times
  • It has been frequently asked if the existing and accepted formula for determining in advance the amount of refined sugar that may be extracted from either beets, _masse cuite_ or raw sugar, is to be considered exact, without special allowance being made for raffinose. Scientific American Supplement, No. 832, December 12, 1891
  • In the US a baroque webwork of agencies shares responsibilities for determining safe levels of chemical residue in and on food.
  • The study examined doctors' attitudes to a new law designed to give patients more control over determining end-of-life-care decisions. Times, Sunday Times
  • In seminar classes that's an important factor in determining a student's grade.
  • Although most researchers stress the grammaticality of the majority of bilingual utterances, they assume that the grammatical norms of the two languages in isolation provide the basis for determining what is grammatical.
  • As I looked at these mines with their thousands of grinning natives and heard the rattle of gravel in the "jigs" my mind went back to Kimberley and the immense part that its glittering wealth played in determining the economic fate of South Africa. An African Adventure
  • I think on the one hand Leigh's talking most immediately about the issues developers have with criticism of games, which seems to stem from the use of metacritic as a basis for determining where money in the games industry goes, which unfortunately codifies antagonism between game critics and game creators, who both love games. Tape Song
View all
This website uses cookies to make Linguix work for you. By using this site, you agree to our cookie policy